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Lookout: Episodes 15-16

I’m starting to think that the name Lookout is not just a catchy title, but also serves as a warning. In every episode, this show manages to solve one mystery, put someone in danger, make my heart flutter, and end with a new reason for me to tune in again next time. It’s quite the ride, and maybe I should have heeded the warning before boarding… Too late now, I wants moooore!

 
EPISODE 15 RECAP

Flashing back to Suji’s collapse after being shot, we see Do-han run up to her prone form. He lifts her in his arms and urges her, “Wake up. You can’t die here.” In the present, Suji gasps awake in a hospital bed. (Wait, so, does she know?!)

Suji tries to sit up, and her movements rouse Bomi, who had fallen asleep next to the bed. Bomi immediately worries that she shouldn’t be moving since she just had surgery, but Suji just wants to know what happened. Proudly, Bomi says that she rescued her.

Shocked but happy to hear that Bomi was able to go out on her own, Suji asks if she’s doing all right in the outside world. Bomi says that Kyung-soo helped her, add that she followed his voice. (Aww.) Bomi admits that they lost her family’s killer, Kang Jin-gu, and Suji starts to blame herself. But Bomi cuts in to say that because of her, she was able to leave her house, giving her a sweet smile.

Kyung-soo arrives at the hospital, and Bomi directs him to meet her on their floor. She finds him by the elevators and waits as he heads towards her, makes eye contact, and then walks right past to enthusiastically greet another woman (who’s a bit plumper and homely), assuming that she is Bomi. Pffft!

Kyung-soo happily congratulates “Bomi” for getting here all by herself, but the startled woman is confused, and he rapidly backpedals. He goes back to the elevators, passing the real Bomi again, and walks up to an ajumma, cheerfully calling her Bomi. This is amazing. Can he just keep doing this forever?

Bomi watches incredulously as Kyung-soo strikes out with his second “Bomi” attempt. She finally has to give him literal step-by-step directions until he’s standing right in front of her. Even then, he keeps looking around as she stares directly at him. Oh, you adorable dummy, you.

Eventually it clicks, and Kyung-soo smiles the cutest little grin, marveling that she’s not at all how he imagined. Bomi snaps at that, but he sweetly adds, “You’re beautiful beyond imagination.” He then eagerly reaches out for a handshake, chirping that it’s nice to meet her, while Bomi just stares mutely in shock.

Suji is up and fully dressed when the priest comes in to visit, bringing medicine. Apparently he works at this hospital and he assures her she’s safe here, but Suji is more curious about how he knew to come help her. Ah, it looks like the priest was the one who picked up Suji and Bomi, and he sticks to the story that he was just passing by at the right time.

Scoffing at his obvious fib, Suji guesses that it was the boss who asked the priest to help and grits out, “He put us in danger, then saved us.” She admits that she has no idea what the master plan is, but she knows for certain that the boss is using them to do something dangerous.

The priest’s voice takes on a darker tone as he admits, “We aren’t that different from you. We, like you, went through something. To overcome those restraints, we took action.” Then he wishes her a speedy recovery and heads out. Suji calls out to ask if the boss is someone she knows, and he answers with a cryptic, “I doubt it,” adding that it’s best that she never meet him.

Lawyer Oh gets tricked into a dinner meeting with Assemblywoman Chae. She offers to help him get into the National Assembly in return for his testifying at Yoon’s upcoming attorney general election hearing, but Lawyer Oh refuses the bait. He smoothly lies that he’s not interested in politics, and beats a hasty retreat.

Disappointed, Assemblywoman Chae calls Do-han to tell him that his information is wrong, and that Lawyer Oh has not turned against the chief prosecutor. Do-han, who is on a nearby rooftop with a camera, replies, “I didn’t say he had. I said he would soon.” He says that they have a relationship based on mutual leverage, but if there’s a break in their trust, they’ll each kill the other to save themselves.

Assemblywoman Chae is intrigued, asking who he really is, but Do-han keeps his identity secret and calls himself “a citizen who loves to report injustice.” He hangs up and smiles at the pictures he took of Chae meeting with Lawyer Oh.

Leaving the hospital, Kyung-soo helps Suji to the car. Bomi follows them out, but she freezes to hear the sirens of an arriving ambulance. Kyung-soo adorably nags at Suji for checking out early, but then he realizes that Bomi is missing and sprints back to the hospital.

He finds her crouched in a corner, her hands covering her ears. Stooping in front of her, Kyung-soo sweetly asks, “Did I walk too fast?” Bomi looks up at him and he holds out a hand, saying, “I don’t want to lose you again.” (*Melt.*) Tentatively, Bomi grasps his hand and he promises, “From now on, we can hold hands and go wherever you want.” Smiling the cutest smile, he gently pulls her with him, and they leave the hospital together.

In the car, Bomi looks a little uncomfortable when Kyung-soo announces that they’re going back to his place. Suji reasons that with Bomi’s apartment compromised, it’s safest for them all to stay together, so Bomi agrees to stay for a little while, prompting Kyung-soo to say, “You can stay there forever.” Then he grins and steps on the gas. Guh! Too cute. I can’t even handle it.

Eun-joong reviews the CCTV footage of Suji’s collapse, but it turns out that there was an error in the system, so it cuts off right after she fell. He’s interrupted when Do-han flounces in to pout at Eun-joong for doing his own investigation into Bomi’s family’s case. Eun-joong supposes that Yoon sent Do-han down to check up on him, and Do-han readily confirms it, saying that the chief prosecutor is worried that the investigation to catch Suji will take a detour to solve Bomi’s case.

Eun-joong actually smiles and tells Do-han to reassure his backer that they need to find Suji first so they can uncover the truth. Do-han pulls back, unused to the other prosecutor agreeing with him, but he brings back his grin and coos at Eun-joong that he likes working together.

Prosecutor Park calls Eun-joong with instructions to focus on Bomi’s case, adding that Assemblywoman Chae is supporting them. Eun-joong agrees after Park assures him they can continue the search for Suji without him.

Team Lookout is hitting a dead end in finding Kang Jin-gu, so Bomi decides to send out some bait. Heh, she posts the most dead-faced aegyo picture of herself on her SNS, captioning it that she’s returning home after living abroad.

Soon-ae reports to Eun-joong on the whereabouts of the three suspects for Bomi’s case, revealing that Bomi’s uncle killed himself last night. Kang Jin-gu is impossible to track since he has no social security number and disappeared after the murder, but they were able to find one report of his attending Bomi’s uncle’s funeral.

Soon-ae wonders why they’re spending time on this case when Suji is missing and injured, but Eun-joong doesn’t answer.

Kang Jin-gu is still camped out in the PC room researching Suji’s case when he sees Bomi’s message. He grins that things are getting interesting, then immediately ducks down when several detectives, led by Jin-ki, arrive to search the premises for him. Kang Jin-gu tries to sneak out, but Jin-ki catches him at the last second.

Kyung-soo, who’s been checking every PC room he can find, happens to be right outside when the police haul Kang Jin-gu out. Our hacker jumps into a taxi and follows.

Bomi brings Suji her belongings from when she was shot, and Suji pauses to see a blood-soaked handkerchief among her belongings. (Omo! Is that Do-han’s?) Bomi guesses it may be the priest’s, since it had been pressed against her wound to stem to bleeding.

As Suji goes through her things, Bomi casually pokes around the other woman’s room. She finds Suji’s gun and lifts it up, saying, “Teach me. I want to be able to protect myself.” Suji immediately takes the weapon away, pointing out that Kang Jin-gu can’t find them here, but Bomi argues that her family’s murderer is still out there and that she doesn’t want to hide anymore. Seeing the girl’s determination, Suji gives in, making her promise to only use the gun as a self-defense last resort.

Soon-ae leads the interrogation of Kang Jin-gu, but he claims to not remember anything about the murders since it was so long ago. However, he does identify the U.S. soldier as a frequent customer and adds that he saw Uncle giving him Bomi’s address and house password.

Eun-joong wants to know why Kang Jin-gu never came forward with this information and disappeared after the murders. Kang Jin-gu get emotional as he admits that he never knew his parents and doesn’t even have a residence registration number. He insists that someone like him has no choice but to hide before they are painted as a suspect.

Hi sob story doesn’t faze Eun-joong, who asks how Kang Jin-gu knew about Uncle’s death when he claims to have lost contact with him. The question stumps him, and Kang Jin-gu starts to look nervous when Do-han suddenly swoops in. He asserts that Kang Jin-gu needs protection since the fugitive Suji could be after him, then hustles him out of the room as Soon-ae and Eun-joong do an interesting combination of glaring and gaping.

Kyung-soo has followed Kang Jin-gu to the police station and reports back to Bomi that they have him in custody. Kyung-soo muses that this might be for the best, as a thorough interrogation is bound to reveal the truth, so they’ll never let him go. Unfortunately, the moment he says that, Kyung-soo spies Detective Nam escorting Kang Jin-gu outside. Bomi can’t believe that the police just let the murderer of four people go, but Kyung-soo tells her to leave it to him, promising to handle it.

As Soon-ae and Eun-joong gripe at having their lead suspect snatched from them, Soon-ae starts to wonder at the convenience of Uncle dying right as they started investigating the case. They immediately dispatch the loyal Jin-ki to inspect Uncle’s apartment.

Bomi fixes Suji’s post-surgery medication, but we see her empty an extra pill into the cup of water. Hiding the pill bottle behind her, Bomi lies to Suji that Kyung-soo wasn’t able to find Jin-gu yet. Suji, none-the-wiser, takes her meds with the drugged water.

As soon as she swallows, Bomi starts to thank Suji for all her help, sounding suspiciously like she’s saying goodbye. Suji reassures her that they’re all in this together, but she suddenly grows dizzy and starts swaying.

Suji asks Bomi what she gave her, and Bomi readily confesses she slipped her sleeping pills, revealing that the police let Kang Jin-gu go. Suji half-falls to the ground, and Bomi calmly states that she’ll finish this on her own, for her family. She walks out, leaving Suji desperately reaching towards her before she passes out.

Meanwhile, Kang Jin-gu proves to be too much for Detective Nam when he sets the bathroom in the safe house on fire, which distracts the detective enough for him to sneak out.

Chief Prosecutor Yoon was able to locate the hideout where Suji conducted surveillance on his family, and Do-han arrives to report that the apartment was rented a year ago using false ID. Yoon comments that Suji used this place to spy on his family, chuckling creepily.

Kang Jin-gu sneaks into Bomi’s apartment, where she’s sitting on the couch waiting for him. She stands and points Suji’s gun at him. Crap.

Kang Jin-gu just smiles, musing that he tried so hard to find her, when she was here the whole time. He starts to walk toward her, but Bomi snaps at him to stay back.

In response, he quietly shushes at her, almost whispering, “It would be better to stay quiet, for you, and for Jo Suji.” Aw, double crap.

 
EPISODE 16 RECAP

At Suji’s old safe house, Do-han gets the call from detective Nam that Kang Jin-gu has escaped. Do-han informs Yoon, and guesses that Kang Jin-gu will head to Bomi’s apartment to kill the last witness of his previous crime. Remembering that Bomi might be Suji’s accomplice, Yoon thinks this is the perfect opportunity to draw Suji out, as she’ll want to save her partner.

Do-han looks shocked and suggests that the plan could have terrible consequences, especially since Bomi barely escaped Kang Jin-gu five years ago. Yoon laughs, “I thought you were capable of coolheaded judgement.” He says that they need to save as many lives as possible, rationalizing that it’s better to catch a dangerous fugitive than a single girl.

Looking like a piece of his soul is dying, Do-han makes the call to Detective Nam, instructing him to locate Kang Jin-gu and wait until Suji appears. “Whatever happens inside, you are not to engage before she comes.”

Kyung-soo frantically shakes the unconscious Suji awake, and she runs to confirm that Bomi took the gun. Poor Kyung-soo’s eyebrows nearly pop off his head.

At the station, Eun-joong and Soon-ae are pulling together evidence for a warrant on Kang Jin-gu (regarding Uncle’s murder) when Jin-ki informs them that Kang Jin-gu escaped police custody.

In Bomi’s apartment, Kang Jin-gu starts inching closer until Bomi yells that she’ll blow his head off. Kang Jin-gu just laughs at that, calling her a scary girl for being able to live in the house where her family was murdered. Low blow, dude.

Bomi demands to know why he killed them, but Kang Jin-gu shakes his head like she’s a child asking the wrong question. As though coaching her, Kang Jin-gu asks her why he had to kill her uncle. Bomi’s eyes widen and Jin-gu beams ecstatically as he says, “That’s right! Your Uncle told me to do everything.”

Kang Jin-gu says he came to Seoul to split the money, then found out that there was another daughter – another witness. He blames Uncle for not telling him to begin with, saying that it’s his fault things have to come to this.

Suji and Kyung-soo hurriedly drive to Bomi’s house, with Kyung-soo worrying that Bomi might do something terrible and berating himself that he should have paid more attention to her.

Bomi growls that Kang Jin-gu killed four people just for money, but Kang Jin-gu’s face crumples as he asks if she’s ever starved before. “If you had, you wouldn’t say ‘just for money.’” He asks if she’s looking for an apology, but Bomi yells that she just wants to avenge her family and forget what happened that night.

She snaps the gun up with new determination, but Suji’s words about it being a last resort as well as Kyung-soo’s promises as he held her hand flash through her mind. She can’t pull the trigger.

Kang Jin-gu lunges at her, knocking the gun away. He scrambles to pick it up, and Bomi whips out her tiny bottle of pepper spray. She nails him in the eyes and locks herself in her room.

Bomi starts to hyperventilate as Kang Jin-gu pounds on the door, but then she sees a vision of her sister. Unni reminds her what she’s supposed to do: call the police. Bomi darts over to the landline and calls the cops.

Suji and Kyung-soo are camped outside Bomi’s apartment when a squad car pulls up, lights flashing. They watch as Detective Nam meets the officers, shows his detective badge, and sends them on their way. Curses!

Suji realizes that they’re waiting to catch her, and Kyung-soo worries that something must have happened in the apartment for the police to come.

Over at Grandma’s restaurant, Reporter Kim Kyung-mi (the one Do-han sicced on Lawyer Oh) is snooping through the window. She leaves a note for Grandma to call her, while her cameraman gripes at her for digging into the Suji case. Kyung-mi snaps back at him that she won’t just regurgitate what the higher-ups give them.

Just then, Kyung-mi gets a text (from a blocked number) that Jo Suji is at Bomi’s apartment complex. She dives into the car, yelling at the cameraman to hurry up. At the same time, Do-han deletes the message he just sent to her.

At the Yoon family household, Mom is up in arms about her precious Shi-wan being watched, and it sounds like Suji also managed to hack his phone and computer. Shi-wan reassures Mom that he knows what they’re doing now, so they won’t surprise him twice. Yoon chuckles at that, calling his son all grown up. (Good. So he can be tried as an adult, then?)

Do-han joins the family get-together, and Mom remarks that Yoon must really like him, as this is the first protégé he’s brought home. She and Shi-wan get up to leave, and she tries to take her son’s phone, since it was bugged. Shi-wan insists he can clear the hack, and Do-han watches carefully as the boy pockets it.

Detective Nam and the others all spring into action when a car goes roaring up to the apartment complex, but it’s just Reporter Kyung-mi following her tip. She and Detective Nam start bickering over police procedure versus the public’s right to know, and from a road above, Suji watches. She says that one reporter isn’t enough and instructs Kyung-soo to stir things up.

At the Yoon house, Do-han and Yoon share a drink. Yoon is curious about Do-han’s background, so Do-han hesitantly says that his mom died when he was in high school, and his father is… somewhere else.

Yoon notes that Do-han’s father must be proud of his successful son, but Do-han says that his father hated prosecutors and wanted him to have an ordinary life. Yoon smiles at that and says he sounds modest. Looking serious, Do-han answers, “My father was honest, warm, and always full of laughter.”

Yoon remarks that he hopes to meet Do-han’s father one day. Do-han’s phone rings, and as he turns to answer it, the smile slides from Yoon’s face as he looks at Do-han with his blank stare.

A plethora of reporters have now flocked to the outside of the complex, and Suji uses them as a cover to sneak past the frazzled detectives. And it’s not a moment too soon, as Kang Jin-gu has finally managed to break in the bedroom door. But before he can advance, someone grabs Kang Jin-gu’s hair from behind, yanking him out of the room.

It’s Suji! She pushes him back, but Kang Jin-gu whips out his knife, taking a swipe at her. Bomi rushes out and grabs the discarded gun, pointing it at Kang Jin-gu. Kang Jin-gu mocks that she can’t shoot anyways, but Bomi fires off two shots above his head.

The reporters outside scream, and Kang Jin-gu flinches enough that Suji can rush him, tossing him over her shoulder into a desk. It knocks him out, and Suji gently takes the gun from Bomi’s hands, telling her that they can go home now.

Bomi supports the still-wounded Suji as they hobble towards the door, but then Suji’s face hardens and she turns back and fires two shots at Kang Jin-gu. Outside, Soon-ae and Eun-joong hear the shots and rush past Detective Nam.

Kang Jin-gu regains consciousness in the apartment to find Suji’s gun in his hand. He freaks out, but the cops come rushing in, and he doesn’t hesitate to raise the gun and start shooting, except there aren’t any bullets in the gun. Eun-joong saunters forwards and officially arrests Kang Jin-gu for the murders of Bomi’s parents, sister, and uncle.

At the safe house, Suji and Bomi watch the news report that Bomi’s family’s case has been reopened, and that the prosecution has made a request for the U.S. soldier to be returned for questioning. Assemblywoman Chae even joins the bandwagon, intending to investigate if Chief Prosecutor Yoon manipulated the case five years ago.

Bomi finally gives a real smile to know that her family got justice, and Suji encourages her: “We got the killer. Let’s get those who ruined the investigation.” Bomi agrees they should catch them, promising Suji to help her. (Aww! She called her Unni!)

Kyung-soo arrives with food and immediately takes issue with Bomi speaking to him informally. He pulls out Bomi’s student ID and snaps that she’s four years younger than him. HAH! Bomi looks guilty for a moment, then yells at him for going through her things. Kyung-soo glares back, calling her “kid.”

Kyung-soo tells Suji that he washed her clothes and tried to clean the bloody handkerchief, but it’s permanently stained. He asks if he should just toss it, but Suji refuses, saying “I should return it.”

Yoon watches Assemblywoman Chae give an interview where she details the curious cases surrounding the chief prosecutor. She promises that she has evidence of his misdeeds, and if Yoon doesn’t step down, she will reveal it at the hearing.

Do-han stands by, watching Yoon’s expression with a small, satisfied smirk. Yoon worries that someone must be feeding Suji information, and with serendipitous timing, he receives a text: the photo of Lawyer Oh meeting with Assemblywoman Chae.

It hits Yoon hard, and he asks Do-han about the rumors he heard regarding Lawyer Oh meeting with the opposition. Do-hon confirms that they’ve made Oh offers in return for him to be a witness at Yoon’s hearing.

Eun-joong does some more sleuthing and gets the black box from a car parked near where Suji collapsed. His stares at the video in shock as none other than Do-han comes running up to Suji’s prone form.

Suji pays a visit to the priest and asks for a favor: to meet the boss. She says that she owes the two of them for saving her life and for helping Bomi find justice, but she can’t trust someone who could betray them at ay time.

The priest says that it’s not enough to convince the boss to meet her, so Suji asks, “Is it because he’s hiding his identity to masquerade as the prosecutor who’s after us?” Damn. The priest looks as shocked as I am, and then Suji hands him the bloody handkerchief.

Flashback to Do-han lifting the injured but not unconscious Suji into his arms. Now we see that Detective Nam had come upon the pair, but the sound of the other cops arriving nearby gave him pause.

Do-han smirks and says that if he shoots Suji now, there’s no way to cover it up as self-defense, since she’s clearly incapacitated. He adds, “Chief Prosecutor Yoon likes things to be taken care of quietly. Doesn’t he?”

Do-han convinces Detective Nam to go back and distract the other cops while he hides Suji somewhere and deals with the security cameras. Then, he says, after they send the other cops away, they can come back and deal with her – if she hasn’t bled out by then. Detective Nam runs off, and Do-han dashes away with Suji.

He lays Suji down on a back stairway and desperately applies pressure, soaking his handkerchief with blood and looking terrified as he tells her not to die. He makes a phone call (presumably to the priest), and nearly begs, “Save this woman. Please.”

 
COMMENTS

She knows! Wow. I was not expecting Suji to uncover Do-han’s identity so soon, but then, Suji does have the tenacity of a pit bull with a chew toy, so it makes sense that she followed any suspicion or hunch with dangerous determination. I’m relieved we won’t have to spend the next two episodes of her second-guessing the hazy memories, and hopefully we can get to the big confrontation between her and Do-han. It’s too bad we don’t get a big reveal with Do-han emerging from behind a curtain like the Devil of Oz, but I’m just so proud of Suji for figuring it out that I can’t be too disappointed.

I’m really excited to see how this will play out, as not only Suji, but also Eun-joong has learned the truth — or at least figured out that Do-han is more than his smarmy persona. I know that Eun-joong sees Do-han as a representation for all that is corrupt in the prosecution office, but I’m getting more of a “disappointed big brother” vibe from him than outright hatred, so I’m hoping that this reveal could lead to (dare I say it) a prosecutor bromance. It also feels like Do-han is sinking in a bit too deep right now and doesn’t see that Yoon is becoming suspicious of him, so I’m rooting for a few more people in his corner to help if it all goes south.

I’m becoming more and more convinced the Yoon is the devil, and I’m downright terrified of the way he’s looking at Do-han in those moments when the emotionless mask slips into place. It’s strange, since I’ve gone from not liking our antihero to being worried about his safety in the span of two episodes. Do-han really does care about the Lookout group, but I’m worried that he let too much show in font of Yoon, especially where Bomi was concerned. That flash of emotion, combined with his saving Suji from Detective Nam, seems to be pinging Yoon’s radar, and that is a chilling thought.

But all that terror fades away when I watch Bomi and Kyung-soo learn how to deal with each other in the physical world. I think it’s pretty obvious that Kyung-soo is head over heels in puppy love with Bomi, though I’m not sure if he’s fully aware of it yet. I think that right now he’s just so happy to have Bomi out in the real world with him, and he feels a certain pride and responsibility to serve as her guide and companion. Kyung-soo may not be the brains of the operation, but he is hands down the heart, and I can’t wait to see how the two of them progress from here.

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It's a very odd thing to find yourself yelling at a character, "Wait! No! You're letting your humanity show!", but nonetheless, that's what I was doing when Do-han was talking to Yoon about Bomi.

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It's not until this episode that I realized Do-Han also taking risk. By putting himself out there, he has such limited chance of taking action. While other team members are working in the shadow, he-the one who supposed to pull the string in the dark- is standing right in the middle of the spotlight. He takes all the hate and the blame from both side. I honestly think that he sacrifices the most here.

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hahaha yes exactly. very well-phrased!

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Aptly said! Caught myself saying, "Do-han, wipe that expression off your face!"

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I think villain CP Yoon might order someone to check his background since he asked about his parents and then set up a trap for Do Han to make him reveal his real motives for staying close with him. Don't forget that he is dealing with a very sly and smart villain who has a knife ready behind the smile.

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Yes, it's very possible since Yoon got "dogs" everywhere. The conversation about dad gets me terrified, Do-han put too much truth out there! But then, it's also possible he already set some fake documentations in case somebody do a background check on him; it is, after all, Jang Do-han...

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I know, right! I was freaking out when Do Han expressed his worry over putting Bomi in danger and Yoon pointed it out! That along with DH saving Suji - Yoon is totally onto him. I don't want Do-Han to put our team in danger, but I also don't want his plan to get ruined - since our team can't get justice without Do Han having access to the corrupt prosecutors.

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I got a hunch that he will be in danger now since big bad Yoon has suspect him now. The villain would either set up a trap for DH or something like that. The rest of the team members would have to save him instead maybe.

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Kim Seulgi and Lee Si Young are two amazing actresses. I’m beyond glad that their acting skills were really highlighted in these past EPs. I’m so glad Bomi was able to save Sooji after feeling like a coward and so guilty that she felt she was the cause of her family’s death. I’m also so relieved that the scumbag was caught and the us government is being asked to hand over the accomplice. Now that she won’t be able to go back home, I think having that peace of mind is to some extent reassuring, and maybe she’ll feel at least a bit safer being around two people that obviously care for her.

I truly fangirled when Kyungsoo and Bomi finally met. I was laughing that he was looking for an older woman and passed by poor Bomi so many times. It made me so happy that he was so bright and nice to the first two women he greeted, he genuinely was so excited to meet her, and to his surprise she’s a young, short, pretty girl. He’s understanding about her and when he tells that they’ll hold hands now where she wants to go… my heart. I’m glad that he’s so sweet to her and is obviously going to look after her. His heart eyes were so obvious… haha. I obviously ship it.

I also hope that they’re going to dig into Kyungsoo’s back story too. As many mentioned in previous recaps, he hasn’t been shown in a deeper light as bomi and sooji. Kyungsoo isn’t reckless and desperate as Sooji comes off. He isn’t shown as a bright person that had the light in them dimmed with obvious PTSD and realistic trauma from what happened in their life like Bomi. He’s been used as a mediator for them and a reliable and witty friend. I hope with his backstory we’ll be able to find out more about him.

I commented before that Do-han needs a heck a redemption arc, especially for how he looks like in Sooji's eyes after Yuna's case and I think they're slowing did a good job with it. I can't wait to see what happens next with his character.

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Heart ♥️ eyes is correct! They were practically shining! That scene was funn . I loved it!

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I replayed that scene of KS and BM meeting so many times. Candidclown noted that KS may be head over heels in love with BM even though he may not know it yet. I think it's more obviously the other way around. She has fallen in love with him - probably from the moment he talked her through her first venture out of her home. And almost definitely when he offered her his hand.

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Bomi is a lucky girl! Her first interaction with the outside world in 5 years and she has Suji and Kyungsoo! They have been so gentle with her in the last episodes! They let her find the strength and determination in herself, not blaming her or putting her down...Yes, Kyungsoo going back for her and asking if he walked too fast, putting the fault on himself...well done! So happy she has these two!

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Oh I forgot to say, yes, I too think Bomi seems to be falling more for him...who wouldn't?! I definitely would! He is such a nice, kind person, it is a bit hard to tell if his smooth talking is just because of the way he is, or indeed is it more? Either way, they are lucky to have found each other!

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I doubt Kyungsoo is a smooth talker. He's just honestly happy to meet Bomi in person and sincerely finds her pretty.
People keep talking about a possible romantic line between Suji and Dohan but Kyungsoo-Bomi are my OTP for sure. I can't wait to see them progress!

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I meant he is a natural smooth talker...he is definitely earnest in his sweet words and actions, that's just the way he is and his quality! So it could be misinterpreted...but I am all for them getting together! They are so perfect for each other :-)

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KS's first meeting with BM is so cute. Love the way he keeps going past her without realizing who she is. Haha. Love how he offers his hand to her. Love how excited he is to meet the two women in his life. So sweet.

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Kyung-Soo is such a little sweetest thing. He treats people around him really well and I think that he regrets treating his own mother badly in the past and try to make amends.

Anyway, I'm quite afraid that his fluffy hair would give him out every time he does some supposed 'secret' investigation without covering it. It's so eye-catching, isnt it?

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For got to mention our villans a.k.a Daddy & Son Monsters. Yoon senior is the most evil villain of all time. With his clam dead face, he can kill without blinking eyes. Yoon junior is no better than his dear father just creepier with those smiles.

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What even makes Grand Douche Yoon more evil is he actually has no remorse nor does he feel like he's doing something wrong. Like what?!

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The son has got his bad genes from his dad. Sigh.

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I feel like KS and SJ really do need to invest in some costumes! SJ also doesn't vary in her hair or outfits.

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Omg yes. She needs wigs and needs to wear more than the standard denim jacket look. They're just too recognisable.

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The show continues to deliver lots of thrills and fun despite some plot holes and inconsistencies.

Look forward to the adorable development of Bomi and Kyung-soo. The ship is just about to set sails and hopefully will be full speed ahead soon.

Does anyone feel the crackling chemistry between Do-han and Eun-joong? Their scenes are so much fun to watch -could this be beyond “opponents turned allies” bromance but rather “enemies turned lovers”? Either way, we all win.

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I also feel the Do-han and Eun-joong chemistry. It's the opposites attract thing - Do-han is somewhat aegyo towards Eunjoong while Eunjoong is the stick in the mud. And Dohan is always geting in Eunjoong space.

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Dohan always like to tease him Haha.

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I'm still really enjoying the drama. I feel like its an onion and we are peeling back the layers every week. I am still dying to know why the son killed the little girl. I still can't get his evil smile out of my head.

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i've been thinking about that too. i'm wondering if it has something to do with that picture the daughter drew of her mom catching bad people. he was there that day for show and tell. does the picture show something about him? a detail that could link him to a crime?

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me too. I guess he has something on his cellphone, because he said that phone means a lot for him

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That's right! Now, if Kyungsoo or Dohan (since he gets to go over to Yoon's house) could just hack his phone, maybe they would have the evidence they need! Dohan did look like he took notice of ShiWan being protective of his phone.

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oooohhh yeah! i forgot about that but i think you guys are right!

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There may not be a "why" other than he is a sociopath that enjoys killing. But I think that his mother is starting to afraid of him now.

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squeeing over our Bomi and Kyung-soo meet-cute!

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I just love how the writer made Su-ji an actually skilled former detective. She's skilled, brave, and has amazing powers of deduction. She didn't suddenly become this person when she became a vigilante but she's always been like that. Whenever Lee Si-young is between roles, I forget why I even liked her, not her fault I have the memory of a goldfish when it comes to celebrities, but when I'm actively watching her I remember why I love her. I want to be half as cool as her when I grow up.

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yes!!! i love that too. she is a really skilled professional. she is well trained and knows how to use her resources. such a treat to see all that in a female lead!

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I LOVE this drama. I'm so glad I started watching this depsite already drowning in dramas. It has easily become my favorite ongoing drama. As for this episode, ships are sailing everywhere. Bromance and romance ?
And the priest is so hot ??

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I'm having such unholy thoughts about the priest ?

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you're not the one who sinned

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i love this show so much. i love the thriller side, and i love all the characters, and i love the cracklings of all the new relationships—romantic and otherwise. the two prosecutors, bomi and ks, suji and dohan. i love how everything (plot, characters, relationships) is in flux, in motion, but it's so well-written and we'll-acted that it keeps the suspense real without feeling forced.

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I hate to be the person but fuck that. If they give me a loveline for Sooji and Dohan, I'm out of here faster than an electron circling a nucleus.

Bomi is amazing, and I'm so happy to see Seulgi get the love she needs and deserves. She really pulled off Bomi's raw weakness in being unused to the outdoors, her fear in facing the mass murderer who killed everyone she loved as well as the tenderness she had towards both Kyungsoo and Sooji. I just have so many words about the hospital scene, it passed the Bechdel test and was just so sweet that I crave so much more of the w/w relationships that are occurring. Can ahjumma detective come visit someday eventually and then the three of them gossip about dumb guys? Please?

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Me, too. I loathe Dohan still. He wouldn't have had to save her life if he hadn't ruined it first. For me to stop hating him, the show needs to give me a good explanation for why his son being arrested and prosecuted for murder wouldn't have ended Yoon's career. What he did was too cruel, and all for his own selfish reasons (yes, taking Yoon down would be a good thing, but he's doing for his own personal reasons, not because he wants to clean up corruption).

He's certainly an interesting character, so I don't hate that he's in the show. I just really don't want him and Suji to be paired up romantically. She deserves better.

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I know she deserves better. but I love to see SJ-DH together lol

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Their relationship is so complicated that I don't think there will be any romantic feeling involved later. I really hope not. Plus the genre is action and thriller, if there's any romance I think it will be between BM-KS. I think someone will die at the end and it will be Jang.

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I know, I know, please don't make it clear lol

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LOL I am mistakenly replied to you, @dee bec I wanted to reply to @poliwag ?? My apologies.

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Noooo! Let him just repent and become a priest too! I did think maybe he would get punished in the end since some of his actions are so borderline, but not death...that would be too cruel. He still deserves to live, he also went through a traumatic event as a youngster...he needs to be saved too.

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I hope Eunjoong and/or Sooji deal the finishing blow, then form a circle with Bomi and Kyungsoo before happily singing and dancing in a circle around the corpse. Is that too much to ask?

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"why his son being arrested and prosecuted for murder wouldn't have ended Yoon's career. "
Hmmmm maybe because the son wouldn't have been arrested nor Yoon's career would have ended.
Except for the seconds long cctv footage, there was no proof of the son pushing Yoona. And who would have prosecuted the general attorney's son without any proof ????

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Why? I would love a love line between SJ and DH. They have such contrasting personalities that it would be a hoot to see them interact with each other. I can almost imagine them being sarcastic to each other when the other refuses to listen to his point of view. Haha. I think they make a cute couple.

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I won't deny that the dynamic would be fun- but it's not cute. Shipping someone with a person whose only goal is to exploit and use her (and whom she's literally SPAT on + tried to murder at least twice) is not and will never be 'cute'. I find this a little ridiculous that I have to explain this, but that's washing down a potentially abusive dynamic by way too much, and I, as well as many viewers, would likely bounce if an angle like this is forced upon them.

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Hmm...I understand your point, at the same time though, Do-han might just be the one who will be able to bring justice for Suji and Yuna. (Not our righteous Eung Joong as Suji already pointed out). Just like he instigated justice for Bomi. If he hadn't sent the message and "used" Suji, Bomi would still be hiding and waiting for justice. Do the means justify the end? Sometimes you have to take risks to get things done. And they have taken plenty, Do-han included.

I don't care if there is romance between them, either way is fine with me, but I do believe they are now on the same side, Suji was thrown into his world, by her own actions. There are definitely sparks between them, whether they will lead to being more than partners in crime for justice...who knows...but they definitely need each other right now.
But I totally understand. There are shows I just couldn't continue to watch because well, the story or characters just turned me off.

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I get what your saying, but you have to remember that the Dohan that Suji knows may very well be an act. I'm down with them having a relationship, but she needs to see the real him and he needs to get over his vendetta.

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SooJi is just superhuman, right? Managing to bend over and flip a guy into a wall while being just out of a hospital bed for a bullet wound to the stomach? Dang.

I love Bomi's problems readjusting to the world. I hope the writers keep this touch going forward because I don't think this all just goes away like that.

KyungSoo is the heart of this show. He's the levity, the humor, the lightness where everyone is so dark. But there's been some hints that something bad happened in the past. Besides, why else is he part of this team of rogues? My guess is he hacked into something he ought not to, got caught, and Dohan turned him into an ally. I wonder if some of Kyungsoo's family got caught as collateral damage because we don't hear about them.

Dohan is smack up to his perfectly manscaped eyebrows in danger and I think he knows it. For all that he places the Crew in the middle of danger all the time, I think he's done no less with himself, playing the catspaw to Yoon. Thing is, if Yoon turns on him, it will be fast, sudden, and I have no idea how the Crew would be able to save him because I think he'd disappear in a heartbeat.

That reporter is going to be a bigger part of the story going forward. The pieces are set up for an expose on Yoon and Yoon Jr., on Sooji, that exonerates her. The Congresswoman will be leading some sort of pardon, no doubt. I do wonder if Dohan will end up going down as part of all this, getting himself wrapped too tightly in the threads he's using to strangle Yoon.

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i think his in it to search for his lost mum. he did talked a little about being ashamed of his mum and end up loosing her.

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I thought it meant that his mom was dead, not lost.

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No, I think his mum is missing and not dead. He did said this "what should I do? I still need to find someone (his mum)?" in one of the scenes. I think he said this when Su Ji told them her suspicion that their team leader is just using them for other motives and he will not help them (to get justice etc).

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If Do-han needs saving, please let it be Suji who saves him! Or Eunjoong! That would be so perfect!

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“You’re beautiful beyond imagination.” BOIII you’re saying the right things. That wasn’t directed to me and i swooned!!

“I won’t lose you again. From now on we can hold hands and go wherever you want.” I WASNT READY? I NEED MORE MOMENTS LIKE THIS

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KS is so sweet, and it's uncanny how he knows what the right things to say to a girl. I would love to see a love line between them. Woah!

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Anyone would melt upon hearing what he has said to Bo Mi ?

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I love all of these characters so much. They always supported each other in times of duress and need. I'm happy that Suji finally realized Do Han was the one who saved her in the beginning and I wonder what Do Han is going to do next. He is stuck in a sticky position since he is playing off of both sides while keeping his motives from everyone else. Also, I'm more relieved that Bomi can have a break after everything that has happened to her. Its a good thing that criminal was caught and her family's case is finally reopened. Lastly, I love Kyung Soo's reaction when looking for Bomi. It was such a cute moment between the two and I'm desperately waiting for more. I can't wait for the next episodes.

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To Be honest seul gi and key looks adorable together. lol I was dying of laughter when key had passed bomi and went to a much older ajjuma thinking it was her Hahaha that was so hilarious .....looking forward to key and bomi chemistry

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I was thinking how could he have mistook an much older woman as Bo Mi. I saw that he was reading the family murder news so I thought he should roughly guess how young or how old she is ???

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But he was always suspicious of her being an ahjumma thanks to her nags, maybe he was just unconsciously thought that older woman was her. Besides, he didn't see anyone else there.....except the real, gorgeous Bo-mi hahahaha

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Thank you for the recap CandidClown! Yes, Kyungsoo is the heart! And, man, Do-han is hot! I just found myself finding him soo attractive in the last two episodes!
Well, I am fully joining the Lookout team in having no faith in the system--the cops and prosecutors are so incompetent! I feel you team, I feel you!
I loved Bomi and Suji's growing relationship! They did go from being constantly at odds with each other to sisters! They now have such respect and caring for each other, yes life and death situations can really bring people together! And Kyungsoo and Bomi, even if they just end up being like brother and sister, I am glad they have each other! All lonely souls really, it seems so right for them to be together!

Loving the developments with our vigilante team! Yes! I hope Do-han is uncovered soon, at least by his team, so they can devise new plans, together! Having Bomi and Do-han exposed, I hope our team takes on a new approach. As yes, Yoon may not be so easily fooled after all.

And, still love love the music! That ending song, perfect! Just wants to make you watch what's next! I am also watching Fight My Way, and I find myself more eager to watch Lookout on Mondays! It just has more at stake and is so engaging, even with its frustrating flaws.

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I just dropped by to say Bomi and Kyungsoo are adorable

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Woohoo, she knows! And Eun-joong knows too! Am a lot upset it happened only at the end of episode, but at least it's out in the open already. Now if I can just find a time travel to next ep...
Feeling more and more afraid for Do-han over Yoon being suspicious of him, the dad conversation is way too dangerous. Hopefully the diversion that is Prosecutor Oh works.
Can't believe they let severely traumatised Bo-mi all alone with the killer for so long, ugh, thank God she's not catatonic when she's finally rescued. Shipping her and Kyung-soo like mad now, still grinning over the meet-cute until now ^^

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This show is a lot of fun and while I'm not too in tune with the characters' deeper sides (except the scenes with little Suji and her little girl) I'm enjoying the fast ride.

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I love this drama so much!!! It's a really rare case when I don't give a crap about some plotholes in a thriller-action when plot is supposed to be its core. With how theh write off the characters amazingly and all this interaction between them, plotholes seems less important than all those.

AND I LOVE SUJI AND HER TWO ADOPTED KIDDOS. I smiled really wide the very moment Bomi called Suji unni and Suji protecting her like a motherbird. Not to mention that face she made before shooting out the bullets, dang there is no word but badass.

I'm very curious on how the show gonna tie up the Suji being fugitive problem though, so I'm looking forward!

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I also got really excited when Bomi called Suji unni. And to think a few episodes ago, they didn't get along and their interactions were pretty cold.

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Kyung Soo, the sweetest, loveliest, most precious character.❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️I'm smitten. I think Key's doing an awesome job with this character, and I just knew I'd fall in love with Kyung Soo when I connected to his character. It's funny how protective I feel of our ragtag lookout group within the space of the last four episodes. I guess all I needed was to realize that Do Han, their leader cares about the group for me to care deeply about their welfare as well.

Now I just need Bomi to thaw a little more towards Kyung Soo....

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totally shipping kyung soo & bomi. i honestly almost didn't watch this show because i was worried there'd be a love line between suji & do-han. i'm so happy there isn't (AND THEY BETTER NOT TRY TO FORCE ONE LATER. IT'S NOT SUPPOSED TO HAPPEN... RIGHT??)

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I'm still not sure if Suji actually knows it's Do Han, but she definitely has confirmation that it's a prosecutor (he has info only prosecutors should have and was at the scene of her capture/getting shot). I feel like the beginning flashback was just the scene playing out in her dreams, but she's not conscious of it - at least not conscious of Do Han's face. And she may have been hallucinating from bloodloss when Do Han was carrying her since she did imagine Do Han as Yoona at one point.

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I think eagle eye Soo-ji recognize his handkerchief, he wiped his face with it when she spit on him before.

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I know right. I was also like damn she spatted on him and soon after he had to go and save her. Not that I don't want him to save him but the contrast is just a little funny here. Haha.

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To be fair, he kinda deserve to be spat on ^^

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I hate to be that person, but I'm calling it right now that something absolutely horrible happens to Kyung-soo relatively soon in the show. It is absolutely impossible for a show to put this much energy into making me absolutely ADORE a character this much and *not* put them into mortal peril later on. If something permanent/the D word happens to him I will actively throw my computer across the room, I'm fairly certain of it. And then proceed to bawl my eyes out while flailing in my own futility.

Otherwise, KS/Bomi = I ship it.

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Thank you for the recap!

Kyungsoo, you awkward boy lol. I'm glad he and Bomi finally got to meet face to face, even if it took Kyungsoo a few tries to notice the cute girl on the cellphone staring right at him. I'm also pleased that Bomi's severe anxiety wasn't as glossed over as I'd feared after the opening of this episode; she's trying to act tough and fine, but you don't get over trauma like losing your entire family in one step.

It's good that Lookout explained how Dohan saved Suji; at the end of the last episode, I was ready to throw things if that was going to be left up to the viewers to imagine. We're definitely seeing more of Dohan's human side come out in his saving of Suji and his obvious concern over Bomi's safety. We all knew Yoon was a cold-blooded bastard, but it was still chilling to see him be so incredibly blase about it. Even Dohan "broke character" for a second there.

You'd think Bomi would know after Suji's high school stunt that running off on your own doesn't work out well.... But I'm glad Suji recognized her echoing her own mistakes and was able to help her (though I admit the show had me with that fake-out with her shooting at the murderer - tbh I was a tiny bit sad she DIDN'T shoot him in the head). I really enjoy how many great female characters are in a story that isn't driven by a romance; this is a trend that needs to continue!

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All aboard the Kyung-soo/Bomi train! I wonder how Suji is going to act toward Do Han now she knows! "Tenacity of a pit bull with a chee toy" indeed!

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I couldn't believe it like everybody else when Do-Han for a tiny bit of a second let his guard down around Yoon. I know he isn't perfect. But my heart froze for a bit. I also didn't realize how much of a risk Do-Han always puts himself in to help our trio. And he does care, I am not quite sure if he used to care as much before but something about that encounter with Soo Ji in the church has had some effect on him. I am glad they didn't drag the big reveal. Soo Ji is smart and capable ex-law enforcement official, I am glad they didn't downplay her instincts or her intelligence to simply drag the revelation out. I am dying to see how she'll react to all of it. I know she doesn't trust the leader to begin with and the leader being Do-han makes things extra tricky. They are both strong willed who have a wall of distrust in between but allies as well. So, there's so much that can be done there, I cannot wait.
And Bomi and Kyung Soo are pure love. I ship, I strongly ship.

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I am loving Do-han. At first I thought he was just a manipulative leader who didn't care about his team. But the way he cried when Suji "confessed" to him and his concern about her and Bomi, it's obvious that he is trying to protect them as best as he can. And Kim Young-kwang is killin' it in this role (and those suits - YUM!). I love how Suji confronted the priest. She's knows she's right and you're not gonna talk her out of it. I hope her next encounter with Do-han will be epic. And Kyung-soo is just the most adorable little puppy. I love our trio when they're together and I'm so glad they found each other. Now if we can just get Boss on board so he can realize he doesn't have to fight alone, they would be unstoppable.
Btw, is it just me or was Bomi living in her sister's room all this time? That's what it looked like.

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The ship for BS/KS is inevitably going to sail, from what I can sensed from this epi but maybe not for SJ/DH though I really hope the latter will , too ? Suji might still hate DH very much even though he is their leader and DH might only have comrade feelings towards her.

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I am excited when they go into KS's background and story. It will most likely show a completely different side. Am kinda hoping to see him breakdown and cry and sob so that it will be BM's turn to be his support pillar. ❤️

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I smile like a big fool when I saw Bomi met Kyung-soo... *Whisper* Hey, cupid please shoot them with arrow of love!

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I was a bit sceptical at first watching the first 2 episodes of Look Out, but I'm glad I stay (and I am glad Lee Si Young is the lead since it if she is not, I probably won't stay as long.

Yoon Sr. def gives me chill each time Do Han looks away. And his son is not better. I can't believe the show gives me 2 creepy people like this. But kudos for the actors. Esp. considering Yoon Sr. previous drama I watched was only Reply 1988. He is seriously getting creepier here.

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Isn't Eunwoong the one who knows it's Dohan who saved Sooji? I think Sooji just suspects, but isn't 100% sure (she was like, bleeding so I would assume that she didn't have enough blood in her head to think straight).

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I too, think that she just suspect since she even thought that he is Yu Na at first.

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Have been not active in DB these days. I just drop by to say that I love this drama becos of our amazing lead cast. I even went to liking Kim Young Kwang that I marathoned his past work disaster (earthquarke) medical drama "D-day" which was quite highly recommended by some of the beanies in other recaps. He was such a heroic doctor in D-day and the drama has intense moments (not a moment of boredom for me unlike many other ongoing kdrama). It was highly recommended ! ! ??
I have a thing for tall guys ? and I know many ppl really don't like him as a person/artiste. Lol.

Just off topic, does anyone know if Circle is ending next week at epi 10 or the week after at epi 12 ?? It's my fav one at the moment too. Thanks ! ?

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This was a fun pair of episodes. She knows! Yes! And Eun-joong knows too! Yes! Can't wait to see where this goes!

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Does anyone know what the slow hip hop song is that played in the final scene of episode 16 and again kind of in the middle of episode 18 when Do Han comes back to his apartment after she's broken in? It's driving me mad I cannot find it anywhere.

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Do you mean Damiano's AMEN (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjKSxRNZ_4s) or the one where they say—and please excuse my Konglish because I suck at it—but the part that sounds like ahk eul, ahk eul, ahk eul sseu go so ri chyuh ("악을, 악을, 악을 크게 쓰고 소리쳐")?

Because the second one I feel like might be like how Goblin's opening theme was. Not a full song, but just that portion, which would be annoying...although at the same time I swear I've heard it somewhere else before. I feel like it was with a faster rap, but I don't remember who it was. I don't think it was Outsider. It's also possible my brain just made that up though.

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Looking forward to the recap of the latest episodes for this drama because I am getting severely confused. Wish I wasn't alone in this, but I know I am. For once I feel so slow, trying to understand all the intricacies of this drama. I have so many questions. >.<

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What's the name of the song at the end of the recent episodes? I don't see its name in the ost list for lookout

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